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Re: securing a WLAN with PPP (or the like)

also sprach Paul Hampson <Paul.Hampson@anu.edu.au> [2005.03.07.2331 +0100]:
> As for the actual discussion, I'm currently experimenting with
> IPSec over wireless, with the intention to put L2TP on top of
> _that_, since L2TP/IPSec support is built in to Win2K/WinXP
> clients, and available as a download for Win95/Win98/WinME/WinNT4
> clients.

So what about the Linux and OS X clients?

> In the scenario I'm looking at, I will control both ends of the
> link, so I can use X.509 certificates for the IPSec link, but
> I haven't gotten that working here yet. >_<

x509 or PSK would both work for me. However, I want Linux and
Windows 2000/XP support, and ideally OS X too.

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